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Lenpur is a wood-pulp fibre obtained from white Canadian pines. The trees are specifically cultivated for this purpose and the selection grants a cellulose content not crystallized yet.
The timber is harvested in a way that is in harmony with nature. The wood gives the fabrics extraordinary properties.
The yarns produced with this fibre, in the ring cotton system, are smooth, making them able to machine when used in knit fabrics. A fabric composed of these fibres has a high absorption rate and a gradual release of humidity, is anti –odour and natural anti –static.
Suitable for the production of comfortable fabrics, performing and able to express a high fashion style.
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